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How to Navigate Kids in School and Moms/Caregivers at Work
October 15, 2020 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS A VIRTUAL EVENT. A ZOOM LINK WILL BE SENT OUT BY 10:00 AM ON THE DAY OF THE EVENT (Thursday 10/15)
Being a working mom or caregiver is stressful. The pandemic takes that stress to a whole new level. The pandemic didn’t create the working moms’ struggle. But it made it impossible to ignore. Have you considered the mental and emotional impact of the pandemic on working moms/caregivers at your organization? Should we return to business-as-usual?
If you are a mom/caregiver or have mothers on your team, gain insights that will make this year a launch pad for success at work and at home. Attend a free webinar hosted by Davenport University and GROW (Grand Rapids Opportunities for Women) on October 15 at 11 a.m.
- Understand how balancing work and the unusual school year is affecting careers and mental health
- Learn to support to working moms balancing family, school and a career
- Identify actions you can take to support innovation and creativity at home and at work
Registration Link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1dxMU52cUQhHLIN9IFyV6pioTXY5Fqnwckpk3rzpLq0Q/viewform?edit_requested=true
Krista Flynn, Regional President at TCF Bank
Krista is the Regional President for TCF Bank’s West Michigan region. Previously, Krista led the commercial team at PNC bank in West Michigan for six years. She also held various positions within asset-based lending, credit underwriting, the automotive specialty group and middle-market banking at JPMorgan Chase and its predecessors for the first 18 years of her banking career. Krista is highly involved in the community, with a particular focus on K-Connect, Kids’ Food Basket, ACG West Michigan and economic development activity throughout Michigan. She is a wife and mother with two sons attending college at Grand Valley State University.
Trina Poston, MSA/PMP, Portfolio Manager at Priority Health
Trina is a catalyst for positive change with a track record of engaging executives and staff members to generate new ideas and increase overall performance. With over 20 years of experience in managing, training, and leading others. Trina has worked in industries such as health care, higher education, consulting, and hospitality. Trina is currently the Portfolio Manager at Priority Health, and a Professional Facilitator for Davenport University Institute of Professional Excellence. Her passion is leveraging existing human capital to create and implement customer focused solutions and to teach others how to use their skills and potential.
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